Hey guys, Josh Here, and Today I'd like to talk about something that has been on my mind for a while: The Moment Of Truth. For those of you who don't know what this is, The moment of truth is that crucial moment on which much depends. It's a make or break moment. They barely come around and even worse, most people never know when this moment is. So far, I've had a couple of these moments and I hardly ever know when they come around. I've often pondered if "the moment of truth" really exists. I always wonder what people of great power and accomplishment in faith, career and impact did when they were my age. Did they know that their next idea after a gazillion tries was the one that would launch them to stardom? How did they know that the idea that made them great was the one they needed to work on like no other. Did they feel it in their gut? was it a different feeling from the other times? Or was it a general attitude to al their ideas that drive these men to give each idea their all and right after it fails, to pick themselves up from the dirt and try again with the same vigor and determination? After thinking (*slightly obsessively*) over these things, I came to my personal conclusion that this "moment of truth" doesn't really exist and if it does exist, we almost always cant tell before the moment has passed. I believe that to become a success in life, You can't sit back all day waiting for that all-inspiring feeling, that rush of adrenaline, that epic feeling, before lunging at your goals with determination. After doing a bit of research, I found out that most great people became great by doing the right things consistently overtime. So if you're like me, waiting for that moment that skyrockets you to greatness, amy advice for you is to find the right track, stay determined and you'll be shocked just as much as the next guy when greatness comes a-knockin'. Well that's all for now, Don't forget to share your views, criticism and ideas in the comments section. Also enjoy and share this with all your friends. Stay Awesome. Josh out.